Prof. Butswat monitors e-exam at Bauchi, Gombe Study Centres


The Dean, Faculty of Agriculture, National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), Prof. Issac Butswat, has visited the Bauchi and Gombe Study Centres to monitor the conduct of the ongoing 2021_1 e-examination.

In Bauchi, the dean was received by the centre director, Prof. Mohammed Bello Abdullahi and other senior staff who took him round to monitor the ongoing examination as well as toured some facilities at the centre.

E-exam at Owerri Study Centre satisfactory - Enwerem


The Examination Monitoring Officer (EMO), Dr. Chuks Odiegwu Enwerem of the Department of Mass Communication, has described the general conduct and administration of the ongoing 2021_1 e-examination as highly satisfactory.

He stated this during an interactive session with NOUN News correspondent at Owerri Study Centre, Imo State, where he monitored the exercise.

Commenting on the students’ attitude, Enwerem disclosed that they were focused on their examination and not distracted.

Faculty of Social Sciences dean in Dutse to monitor e-exam


The dean, Faculty of Social Sciences of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), Dr. Moses Etila Shuaibu, has monitored the administration of the ongoing 2021_1 e-examination at the Dutse Study Centre, Jigawa State.

Shuaibu was warmly received by the centre director, Dr. Aliyu Musa, who, following a short discussion, took his visitor round the examination halls to ascertain the extent of the exercise.

Shortly after going round, the dean had an interactive session with the director and staffers of the centre.

McCarthy Study Centre postpones e-exam


The ongoing E-examination at the National Open University of Nigeria is being put on hold at the McCarthy Study Centre due to ICT technical difficulties.

The problem started midway into the second day of the commencement of the exercise nationwide.

Director of the centre, Prof. Rotimi Ogidan explained that the reason for the postponement was due to the outdated ICT equipment present at the centre, coupled with the large number of students writing the examination.

Prof. Osuji Expresses Satisfaction on Successful Completion of Conference Marking


The Coordinator, Southeast conference Marking zone and Dean, Faculty of Education (FOE) Prof. Uchenna Sydney Ajunwa Osuji, has expressed his satisfaction on the successful completion of the conference marking exercise.

He disclosed this in a chat with NOUN news correspondent during the 2021_1 conference marking at Enugu Study Centre, Enugu State.

Why we organize training for non-teaching staff – Registrar


The Registrar, National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), Mr. Felix Edoka, has said the 1-day training organized by the university for the non-teaching staff of all the faculties had aimed to sharpen the knowledge of the staffers to the rudiments of office businesses which are quite different to what was learnt in school.

He said it is practically impossible for any staff to give what he/she doesn’t know, hence the need for refresher trainings to keep them abreast of the day-to-day office activities.

Deputy Registrar monitors conference marking at Enugu centre


The Deputy Registrar, Mrs. Florence Okeke of the Directorate of Examination & Assessment (DEA), has applauded the smooth conduct of the ongoing conference marking exercise.

She disclosed this at Enugu Study Centre where she monitored the ongoing 2021_1 conference marking exercise.

Okeke expressed her satisfaction on the commitment of the subject officers and noted that they were all working assiduously to ensure they meet the stipulated deadline for the assignment.